On Homestays and Conservation in Ladakh - Sherab Dolma interviewed
All the women in the village feel empowered and they really like it when people come from outside, sharing news and views.
In weaving carpets on a handloom is constant thought, innovation, passion, satisfaction, and dedication going into it, as well as freedom, ...
Kitchen gardens start yielding returns for city residents
Residents in flats have started sharing their produce regularly forming WhatsApp groups and displaying pictures to attract buyers.
Near border standoff, a village opens its homes to a new future
Homestay is not a standalone concept, but is tied in with community-based tourism. Villagers have become more self-reliant.
Making city folk aware of the types and value of tubers
"People are realising that tubers (there are 12 varieties grown traditionally around Malnad in northern Karnataka) are climate-sustainable crops."
Is Responsible Tourism an Oxymoron?
Tourism policy in India is increasingly realizing the potential and need for genuinely community-run, ecologically sensitive visitation.
Kerala’s Nursery For Future Women Politicians
Kudumbashree has metamorphosed into a nursery for women political leaders is clear. In 2010, almost 5,500 members won the local self government polls.